School is right around the corner! For some, it has already started, and for others, like me, it’s starting this week. I start class on Thursday, which is weird but also nice that the first week is just two days. This is my last year of college and I am super excited to finally graduate!! I’ve been in school for many years so I thought I would share some of my back to school tips with you!
These tips can help you weather your in high school and college so let’s get right into them!
1. Get your school stuff ready the night before. Continue reading
My Spring semester starts next week and I both dreading it and excited for it. I decided to take a few days off from blogging because it is my last week on winter break but I am back now! So if you are like me just reading the syllabus can be stressful, especially if it’s a professor that you’ve never had before. I literally have to tell myself that I will be able to handle the course work to de-stress myself. Because of this I have decided to share with y’all five things I will be doing differently this semester so I can get the best grades I can achieve. Enjoy!
1. Review the material before class. If possible read the whole chapter. My Anatomy & Physiology professor would always tell the class to do this but, being a bad student, I did’t bother with reading ahead of class. This past semester, though, I had to read the chapter before class because my professor had the class take quizzes before the class. Reading the chapter before class made a huge difference. I was already familiar with the topic once I got to lecture so it was my second time hearing about the topic so it helped me memorize better and I got a A in that class.
It is currently dead week for me meaning that finals are next week. It also means that a lot of students are panicking or will start to panic soon.
For me finals are something I just want to get over with. There have been a hand full of finals that I have truly been nervous for, Anatomy & Physiology for example.
There is no doubt this is a stressful time, especially if this final could make you pass or fail the class, again Anatomy & Physiology for me. Because of this I have decided to share some of my tips to get through finals week! I hope this helps out all the student. Enjoy!
Avoid Cramming: Most people like to study the night before the test but then feel fried once it’s time to take the test. Instead plan out a few weeks depending on how hard the subject is for you. This way you are better prepared and will feel better about the test.